Garrett, PE and Svensson, CE and Ball, GC and Hackman, G and Zganjar, EF and Andreoiu, C and Andreyev, A and Ashley, SF and Austin, RAE and Bandyopadhyay, D and Becker, JA and Chan, S and Coombes, H and Churchman, R and Chakrawarthy, RS and Finlay, P and Grinyer, GF and Hyland, B and Illes, E and Jones, GA and Kulp, WD and Leslie, JR and Mattoon, C and Morton, AC and Pearson, CJ and Phillips, AA and Regan, PH and Ressler, JJ and Sarazin, F and Schumaker, MA and Schwarzenberg, J and Smith, MB and Valiente-dobón, JJ and Walker, PM and Williams, SJ and Waddington, JC and Watters, LM and Wong, J and Wood, JL (2006) Gamma-ray spectroscopy at TRIUMF-ISAC. AIP Conference Proceedings, 819. pp. 249-253. ISSN 0094-243XFull text not available from this repository.
The 8π spectrometer at TRIUMF-ISAC consists of 20 Compton-suppressed germanium detectors and various auxiliary devices. The Ge array, once used for studies of nuclei at high angular momentum, has been transformed into the world's most powerful device dedicated to radioactive-decay studies. Many improvements in the spectrometer have been made, including a high-throughput data acquisition system, installation of a moving tape collector, incorporation of an array of 20 plastic scintillators for β-particle tagging, 5 Si(Li) detectors for conversion electrons, and 10 BaF2 detectors for fast-lifetime measurements. Experiments can be performed where data from all detectors are collected simultaneously, resulting in a very detailed view of the nucleus through radioactive decay. A number of experimental programmes have been launched that take advantage of the versatility of the spectrometer, and the intense beams available at TRIUMF-ISAC. © 2006 American Institute of Physics.
|Divisions:||Div A > Energy|
|Depositing User:||Unnamed user with email email@example.com|
|Date Deposited:||15 Dec 2015 13:37|
|Last Modified:||11 Feb 2016 01:03|